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  1. #11
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    Clay

    U need some software to decode,google on that, there is some freeware, connect the scanner on the line-in of the pc, frequencies

    131.725 Europe primary (drukste verkeer in nl.)
    131.525 Europe secundary
    131.825 Europe secundary
    136.900 Europe secondary
    136.750 Europe (nieuw)
    131.850 new European frequency
    136.925 ARINC European Channel (active in the uk )
    131.550 Primary Channel worldwide
    131.550 USA primary
    130.025 USA secundary
    129.125 USA secundary
    136.850 SITA North American Frequency
    131.475 Air Canada
    131.450 Japan

    John
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    Thans Jsearo, I will try.
    What's the name of the best freeware software?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clay View Post
    Thans Jsearo, I will try.
    What's the name of the best freeware software?
    look at
    http://www.acarsd.org/download.html

    or

    http://www.qsl.net/g4hbt/cars.htm

    greets John
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    Thanks a lot jsearo!

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    I have been using FlightRadar24 on my new iPad 2 for the past two months and have been very happy with the app.

    One of my interests is ACARS and I have been running www.16Right.com for over 5 years now, and publishing live ACARS data for the Sydney area. I use an Icom R-20 Receiver which has a dual watch function, allowing the monitoring of two frequencies simultaneously (currently 131.550 and 130.450). The receiver is connected to a laptop running AirNav Systems Acars Decoder 2.1. A home developed VB Script translates the Acars log, and Turbo FTP uploads the latest transmissions every 15 minutes to my website. The VB Script also extracts the Acars transmissions with poistion data, and publishes this to my website using Google Maps. These Acars functions can be viewed on my website using the Acars and Acars Map menu options.

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    sir how are you geting 3 acars i have a o r 8600 and air navbox ray

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